Mr Péter Győrfi-Tóth > DLA Piper Posztl, Nemescsói, Györfi-Tóth and Partners Law Firm in cooperation with DLA Piper UK LLP > Budapest, Hungary > Lawyer Profile

DLA Piper Posztl, Nemescsói, Györfi-Tóth and Partners Law Firm in cooperation with DLA Piper UK LLP


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Hungary > Projects and energy

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Péter Györfi-TóthDLA Piper

DLA Piper‘s multidisciplinary team draws upon the expertise of practitioners active in areas such as energy, projects, M&A and project finance.  The group acts for clients on a wide variety of matters, such as solar and nuclear power plant developments, electricity and natural gas trading and transmission/distribution, electric vehicle charging services, public infrastructure projects and waste management. The firm is acting for Russia-based Rosatom group on the construction of two new nuclear power plant blocks in Paks. Péter Györfi-Tóth has over 20 years of experience advising various market players on infrastructure development, energy law, projects and finance, state regulatory legal issues and energy disputes. András Posztl and Gábor Simon are also highly regarded energy specialists. Counsel Miklós Horváth specialises in the finance, structuring and development of large infrastructure projects.

Hungary > Banking, finance and capital markets

DLA Piper‘s first-rate reputation is underpinned by its team’s breadth of expertise across the full range of finance transactions. Its transactional work ranges in scope from sovereign export credit facilities to bond and restructuring deals. The practice has also steadily grown its share of trade finance and corporate finance work, and has also increased its market exposure in the debt capital markets arena. Key lawyers in the sizeable team include practice head Péter Györfi-Tóth and Gábor Borbély, who maintains a strong reputation in high-value development and export finance mandates, real estate acquisition finance transactions and restructuring. Counsel Attila Sári advises on acquisition finance, general corporate lending and project finance, while senior associate Barbara Császár mainly advises in cross-border finance matters, as well as real estate financing transactions. The capital markets practice is jointly led by András Nemescsói and Gábor Molnár, who works with Budapest Stock Exchange and the Hungarian regulator on reform proposals aimed at streamlining the Hungarian capital markets transactional legal framework.